ASAH1

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ASAH1

A gene on chromosome 8p22 that encodes a heterodimeric enzyme that is cleaved into an active form post-translationally, and which catalyses the synthesis and degradation of ceramide into sphingosine and fatty acid.

Molecular pathology
ASAH1 mutations are linked to Farber disease, a lysosomal storage disorder.
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The survey was designed to determine current early mobilisation practices following aSAH as there were no validated tools for benchmarking mobilisation in this setting.
Originally from Michigan, Asah has a background in accounting, information technology, health care and management.
Near-infrared spectroscopy has been used in patients with intracranial injuries including aSAH to measure regional cerebral tissue oxygen saturation (rS[O.sub.2]), as well as in healthy subjects to assess the effect of vasopressors on cerebral oxygenation.
REACT is a prospective, multi-centre, double-blind, randomised, placebo-controlled, parallel-group, Phase 3 study that aims to assess the safety and efficacy of clazosentan in preventing clinical deterioration due to vasospasm-related delayed cerebral ischemia in adult patients with aSAH.
We hypothesised that Hp2-2 individuals are at greater risk of poor short- and long-term outcome after aSAH. A meta-analysis of published studies was performed with the following objectives: (1) to confirm the effect of Hp genotype on outcome after aSAH and (2) to compare the outcome of Hp2-1 individuals with that of Hp1-1 and Hp2-2 and so provide mechanistic insight.
Excluding 4 patients who were later found to have a definite bleeding source, the venous configurations of 133 NASAH patients (82 PMN-SAH and 51 nPMN-SAH) were evaluated and compared to a total of 133 consecutive aSAH patients during the same period.
Again, there are abundant translations and adaptations from other languages also: hitbashel ba-mitz shel atzmo (stewed in his own juices), hotzi mimeno et ha-mitz (ran him ragged), hotzi lo et ha-avir/ruach me-ha-mifrasim (took the wind out of his sails), shamar al profit namukh (kept a low profile), lo nishar chayav (gave as good as he got), asah hatzagot (put on a show), heirim oto al til (let him have it), ta'ut chayav (mistake of his life), attah mesapper Ii (you're telling me), eich she-lo yiheyeh (whatever happens), rak zeh chaser li (that's all I need), halevai alai (I should have such luck), she-tissaref (go to hell), mah ha-nezek?
This version is only a version of Quran Translation The scribe known The color of burnt brown calfskin cover with medallion In this version, the Aghdam and Asah known manuscript of this book, and there is presented and delays.
The other four authors hold much in common, but have different perspectives on how to use ANE literature, the relation of Genesis 1:1 to 1:2, the precise meaning and function of bara' (create) and 'asah (make/do), whether to harmonize Genesis 1 and 2 (all agree on the unity of Genesis 1-2), and the significance of a historical Adam to the theological teaching of scripture.
Laser irradiation was performed with a Gallium-luminum-Arsenide (GaAlAs) [lambda]=810 nm, 30 mW (MedArt Uni-laser 201 product, Asah Medico A/S, Hvidovre, Denmark).
Burden of disease and costs of aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage (aSAH) in the United Kingdom.
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